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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 November 1867

n II - f - - - " " - ..--. .?' U I - - . . ' - - (-"-Jti'SM.--..-;-. if -V -v- ----- .- I- . -, , . .. .. .... . . . r.. w - - - -, LiUKlir. ... y It A 11 K It K K Kllill T Trl A mfioIULA 1 . HISRV IJI.A'T- " ;'. r. . ! . , llUTCIIIIVSOiV, l'ubllsler. I TTOULD RATIIKR BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Hehby Clay. S RMS. I $200 IX ADVAXCE OLUME 8. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1867. NUMBER 44; LIAM KITTKLL, Attorney at ik Law, Ebensburg, Pa. 724, 1-Ci. 3X PENLON, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. -0:uce opposite the Bank. jan24 J - EOKGE M. KEADE, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, P-. 05ce in Colonnade Rv jis Dan-4 iTTlEKNEY, AtHat Law, F.beusburir, Cambria fty, Ta. ()2ice in ColonnadeJ f rjan.4 TNSlON'&SCANL (Attorneys at Law, Ebensbari. UiiiCC - riiin'J41 iC r TES C EASLY, rarrolltown, C.iia ,iitCCturai i.rawiii ie fX8. 8CA5LAN. f at Law. November. Tbe leaves begin to flutter down And scud away across the lea; I quit awhile tbe busy town To wander in tbe woodlands free, And watch the s...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 November 1867

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1867. Mechanical Laborers. Th0 fu bad .not gone dowa on tho reeiat disaster in Pittsburg by which about twenty persons lost their lives be fore agencies were pat into operation for providing relief for tho families of the suffer?. Tho tncu and women whose hearts .weTe thus quiekly. touched at the ory of nuffering deserve the commendation oi thai raca, and they are sure of that of HaayeB. Ocoasiona for 6uob charities must necessarily occur, and persons who make them the epportunity of doing good to their fellows are not without hope of reward. That, however, is the bent be nevolence which . makes charities most seldom necessary. Ho is a benefactor who supplies the wants of Buffering peo ple, lie is much more a benefactor who gives; employment to the idle, or in any way prevents the necessity of charities. England has twenty millions of people. It is said that one in twenty of them is a pauper. England keeps these paupers by charity. But who supplies employ ment...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 November 1867

'T XQJ fed 'I. oor 'OB. teek 7 lie lei! 1 . t MS. Sccrl fori' Coptl i raj Sack ingt r mii Ihl set eai q CC. t an F.."-l :iti? ry c p'ire nfiA' It L r is 4 inch -pitc faS eve? utj' iiicii r ml X. r '0t 11 the! EE. r, : i n t f i JSIJtSBUBO AND CRESSOJT RAILROAD. On and ftr Monday, ApT. 25, 1867, trains a this road un foHow : i tavk Ebenssuro it 6 00 A. connecting with Day Exp. Fast nd Phil- Exp- West, it T 15 P. M., connecting "with Phila. Ezp. ' East and Mail Train West. lilVE Cbksson N?.24A. M.,- of on departure of ThiL Exoress West. It 8.40 T. M., or on departure of Phila. Express East. Eicntsos. The Pennsylvania Rail read Company ofier for rent the Logan House at Altoocs, the Union Depot Ho tel at Pittsburg, and the Dining Saloon at Harrisburs. The Conpany stipulate that they arc to be kept as first-class ho tel?, for the accommodation of passengers ever the Pennsylvania Railroad.... James F. Campbell has retired from the publica tion of the Uniontown Genius.... A team of horses ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 21 November 1867

QIIOK STOKE! SHOE STOKE!! JBOOTS Jf SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN! la addition to his large stock cf the bt KaiUro-madt Shoes, BukiD9, Gaitere, 4c, Ut Ladies' and Child ren'a wear, tb subscri ber hi-s juet added to hi aieortment a full complete invoice cf BOOTS asd SHOES yon MEN akd YOUTHS! Tula invoke in cot warranted to be supe ldar to all gooda of like character offered in tikis market, but is infinitely better ia every respect than the flip-shod -work with whicn the country is flooded. Rtmrnbcr, that I offer no article for sale which I do uot eu -.'ran tee to be regular custom-made, of the beat material, and of supe rior finish, and while I do not pretend to t-ompete in price with the dealers in Auction Goods, I kuo.v that I can furnish Boots, Shoes, Ic, that will givo . . MORE SER VICE FOR LESS MONEY, than any other dealer in the community ; and I pledge myself to repair, free of ciiasge, tvuy article that may give way after a reason able time with reasonable usage. Everyb...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 28 November 1867

I "VTDTLD HATEEH EE EIGHT TJIAJK PSESIDEITT. Heset Cit. ff r r y c. PER Ami'l'M. t Q 1 t"LLlA: GTTILL. Attorney El V Lf, Ebensburrr. rnjA" rOTLCN. Attorney ut Law. 4 - rv.ensbr.rr Pt. . . j . y ; cr-noshc- tl e X't.nL. ,ar." : ivuge ii. chatt.. Attorney t in "Lr.v. TTntUFnurp,, T'u rfr ... : r ri.lni,Tii.t r'."r. f j" .ljlt. .U- W-Ui v..-4 - - - i "TTLSJIT, Aito-nev at Law. ' r ii C-o.er.nube r.ow ' jTTTvTvN 1 SCANLAN, Attorney ; " -j- cfiif crpufuf tiif- Court iiorst. . -'Idl C EAitAA , Attnmej a. ; " - . iiIliivl. CV.rtibriti rcunrr, Ph.. j t7r ..-ebi.eerurai Irr---U'gs cue Heei- it . .uan. IHI.14 A. HOEI AlLXIl, Attorney it; Lw. Ehenoburr. TA. i -.'v.iiiT attention ptvid tt euliections. j-j" 1.15. nut dot-r east of .k-iCyu A: Cn. E j A.-. nr. linu-t. l.'-1'-1 i I ilw, r.bfmu.u-c. l'K. Cifiic on 2iijrL '. ,: i;r"';. vest of I"us''r t boe.. 1 - 11. UTttCtiv.e in ti.t Courts- of Cun.br 4 wi,t ' Jiaitu:4r i:iunt'f. . . 1 in-ua- kI'd tr tbt ror-"t:r o: cai'-ir.? Lf rma-f t-..:a.n tut ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 28 November 1867

-I . . - -,- I , . ii i III I WMIl' IMHIH HI II LI .'..IHUJ I I'll I i aBMgp.jai w mrm-in , . ... f , la-iiinnT"'"' f 1 . u ' , -- - - " 1 , TCPfq.3.00 PER AXt,M. -, i IN -ADTAKCC. TODD lUfTCIIIXSOV, Editor . E. IlttTCIIIttSOX, Publlslier. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN. PRESIDENT. Hejibt Clay. FBENSBU11G. PA . THIXRSDAY, NOYEMBER 2,8, J867. NUMBER 45. 70LTJME 8. T7"ILLIAM KITTELL, Attorney at . 9 LawEbensburg, Pa. January 24, 1SG7. - . - OHN FENLON, Attorney at Law, ' Ebensburgv Ta. 27 Office opposite tte Bank. jan24 EORGE 51. READE, Attorney at JX. . ' Law, Ebensburg, Pa. "iS OSce in Colonnade Row. ' jan24 V p. TIERNEY, Attorney at Law, Ebensburg, Cambria county, Pa. 3". Office in Colonnade ROW jan24 JOHNSTON & SCANLAN, Attorneys at Law, Ebensburg, Pa. 02ice opposite the Court Douse s.V. johnstox. jn24 J. E. scanlax. "VMES C. EASLY, Attorney at Law, I " Can olltown, CRtnbria county, Pa. Architectural Drawings and .pecifi c, 4 3 made. fjan24 :7T SHOEMAKER, Attorney at Law, Ebensb...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 28 November 1867

S2E f I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1867. Ttio 2aSu Question.' A tew weeks ago, we paw fit to publish an articlo showing the inconsistency of styling5 t!i Republican party Puritanical, ' or ofapplyiug'the word Puritanism to . American politics. What we saiJseeraed to hart cur neighbor, tbe Freeman, for it &t once assailed our reumks. Yet despite all the Freeouxn has said, what wa at first asserted, vizj tint the term Purit.iuism and other kindred tortus are not justly . applicable to Atnerieau politics, and least of a!i t ) the Republican party, has not Leon shown ti bo wrong by tha Freeman. Thut paper, in in hist is-sue, really abun- - liuQ.' tho attcmps of proving our position vn-jorrect, for its article is almost wholly devoted to tho idiosyncrasies nnd follies cf tbe Putitau fathers, of which every person at nil acquainted with English or American history is awaro, and which wc have never attempted to conceal. There is uo dispute, and ha3 been none, about the follies and fanatica...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 28 November 1867

s i I - . aUBSDAY:::::::::::::NOVEMBER 2S. LOCAL AND PERSONAL- i T 23KtSBURQ AND CBESSON RAILROAD. i after Monday. Anl. S9. 1867. train tlkla raid will tun a follow ; - " av Ebensburq t 6 00 A. connecting with Day Exp. s East and Phil. Exp. West. ,t t.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Bp. - - East and Mail Train West. liLWTS CBESSON , -it9.24A.il., or on departure or luii. ... EXpre8S Vest. i e.tu r. ai., or on acpn" " - . Express East. t Etchings. The Tyrone Herald is out I favor of the erection of a new county, be composed of parts of Huntingdon, learnYid, Blair and Cambria counties, ith the. county-seat at Tyrone. The raeral impression up this way is that ambria ccunty is email enough already. ...A man died in the B'air county jail one iay last wcet....ine aweuing uuusc ui Jr. Samuel Christy, in Duncansville, was 1 irncd to the ground, with its contents, v last Sunday evening week. Hon. D. Morrcll, Congressman from this dis xt, is chairman of the Committee on oiufuctures and a mem...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 28 November 1867

111 Tut IDrn r-nr A crrjrrrrrsrlrrticr 1 A vat mrx Hrxi r: rr ?5 1 - ir lirt TT sti'f Ttcttzx frrrr ? rzi drrE. cH rbe faTLrriir itj Xr. jl. D- Crista, to rrrerrari cue at -est -Ffcci: xaa.:icsvgricrr. L:tL FEESORLL rLizrj ccrifcne- tntr orrr xoor ire JTufrhurj Jjvrt- J 5cci rr?- KXTV 1 Tier "report eircalared in cn cr Saadap. rat ! ex. Jkloaaxr ih "rteoxcfi rm -ira recerrac' je prbiui tie c: conrtrrxrrLictaar. ere ptper. i: CT KTeral tirr-jara jbcs. Jrma abi triairj aaai Tier ita ' , . . . : i -TDcrirx ji tow- rut " - - I cur reirorratx arecrrer en lie xarit, rhsitvu -i-11- . ' rrt irrt tc ret acr rrrr!- Tjrrtror AiUeiisstrrr, xrs sdi T? SD CF?.a i jorr jrx- cixa? : &D i3TD ETE GO ATS SXI C-0 '-"73 EJLE : C-0 AKX' SILT l 1 St tfc . ?. 51- crrrerirf r- Br?-! ;t8-:irsu2r ni 3 enrrrr: msd SneS- csf the tcrr if zhs ces ao: pruride TlL I cLcl: ttn i: woaad be s. SwTixr of eiojipt ! berselT -hi- & xacre eScIeri rt drpcrt- " .' r , , - - ' " - v -.a . i xmcsr tie dew grrp:i?R. -tL...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 28 November 1867

A Cambria County Pedestrian. p Watchman. Ebensburg has conclu-mVTEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! Weston's Portland-Chicago tramp hasided to support a watch-man ; and by theKa-4-" J11SDAY:::;:::::;::::DECEMBEU 19jereatej considerable interest on the subjectfclway, he is one of the best of his kind.fi LOCAL AND PtnOUnAL fj ast a'&lub ,u geuc', auu cuuio uiLjum utuuuaiiuu niu ah . a. ltuusua r rajeweiry otore, iiigasireer. n you noear f In wnfoli nr n nlnrV. trlnkpk nr n trunk f rry him. :s sad cause of the delay io the pub-j ; "an of this number of The AUeghanian i I by an announcement elsewhere extend our sincere thanks to several I friends for their kind assistance in office during the week. No paper be issued till January 8th, proximo omission will be made good at the t .i cf the Volume. t. jrrcfiiiffas. On Saturday Isst the term ' nea Myers, Esq., Sheriff of Cambria j, expired, and John A. Blair, Esq., d last fall, entered upon the duties of Ice, aTier being sworn by the Regis i Recorde...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 28 November 1867

gUOK.:ST0IllM SHOE STORE!? BOOTS & SIWESFOR MEX. WOMEX, - . : CHILDREN l , , liaddirion to Lia. large stock of the Vest Eastern-made Shoe?, Buskins, Gaiters, Ac, lr Lndies and Children's vear, the subscri ber has just tulded to his assortment a full .and complete invoice of BOOTS ANDSnOES ron MEN akd YOUTnS! This Invoice is not warranted to be supe rior to all goods of like character ottered in this market, but is infinitely better in every respect than the slip-shod work with which the country i9 flooded. Reincmbcr, that I ofl'er no article for Eale which I do not. guarantee to be regular custom-made, of the best material, and of supe rior finish, and while I do not pretend to compete in price with the dealers in Auction Goods, I kno.v that I can furnish Boots, Shoes, Ac, that will give more Service for less moxey, than any other dealer in the community ; and I pledge myself to repair, ikee of charge, auy article that may give way after a reason able time with reasonable usage....

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 28 November 1867

u u RSDAY::::: :JATARY 23 . LOCAL AND PERSNAL. ZNSBuna and Cressot Railroad. and after Monday, Ap, 18C7, trains s road will. run as foPws : e Ebensburo 00 A. Sl.( connectng with Day Exp. k East and Phil. Rp. Vest. 7.15 P. M.f connecmg with Phila. Exp. East and Mail Trsiu "West. "E C RES SOS 8.24 A. M., or ju departure of Phil. Express Wes. 1.40 P. M.f or in departure of Phila. Express -L'as . JHINQS. A census of Tyrone was taken, and tie population is an ud as 1,529.... On Friday last, Mr. Soxman undertook to drive a four teani across the railroad track at e, in advance of an approaching i train. The train struck the team, ; two horses, demolishing a wagon 3d, and seriously injuring the dri Mr. Linton, the Representative of ia county in the State Legislature, en Luaored with a place on Che g committee on Ways and Means House. He is also a member of amittees on Judiciary General and 'j The first and only newspaper nough to favor the nomination of Johnson for the next Presidency is wi...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 12 December 1867

I I 1 v"xC7Ciitrrriw7vsnv. Editor. fVA" llTCllllVSOiy, Publishei VOLUME 8. President's Message. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and House of Jitpresentatives : The continued disorganization of the Union, to which the President has so often called the attention of Congress, ia yet a subject of profound political concern. Wo may, however, find some relief from that anxiety in the reflection that this painful political situation, although before untried by ourselves, is not new in the experience of nations. Political science, perhaps as highly perfected in our own time and country as in any other, has not yet dis closed any means by which civil wars can be absolutely prevented. An enlightened nation, however, with a wise and benefit ttot constitution of free government, may &mwh their frequency and mitigate their sorwity by directing all its proceedings in jreordahee with its fundamental law. fl'hen civil war has been brought to a close, it is manifestly the first interest and duty o...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 12 December 1867

organic structure of the (Jovernmcnt ; and if there be neither judical remedy f r wrings it indict, nor power in ths people topiotcct themselves without the orticial aid of their fl:te l defenders; if, for instance, the I.e-L-'i.itivu Department should pas nn act, von through ail forms of law. to abolish a -ordinate department of the Government, in such c..se the lVesidnt must take the high responsibility cf his office and save the life of the nation at all hazard. Tlie :called reconstruction acts, though as pb;!ily unconstitutional as any that ran bo imagined, wer; not believed to bo within the cla-s last nieutioncd. The people were not wholly disarme t of the power of t-elf-ilefca e. la all the Northern States they Rtitl had in their hands the sacred right of the ballot, and it wan uafe to believe that in da2 time they would come to the rescue of rhttr own institutions. It gives me pleasure to add that the appeal to our common con. Ktitmnts was not taken in vain, ami that my conft...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 12 December 1867

ass SSI I 1 . l0 xjzi!zr" 3CKSDAY, DECEMBER 12 1867, "tfETRESTDEXTS MESSAGE. the exclusion of our usual variety lS matter, we to-day print Presi " Johnson's annual message in full. la Constitution provides mat me f M3Kiitratcr ct 1 6 nat,oa eCal1 Ir0 otime transmit iu vuugiwa ' m the state of tbe Union. Mr. .oa seizes the opportunity as a nt Ci;nnre lacts, misstate history, and UL Legislative department of the anient. n,In.w has a convenient memory. Lt f certainly to be b'i3 fortune. For :Dce, he says that on tbe termination he rebellion, the rebel btates were vflni willing to repair the injuries of ffar and accept the lessons it uau H. Has ttie i resiueui, Winkle, been asleep, that he has ,tten a dispatch sent by him to Gov. Y, of South Carolina, in JNovcm&er, , requiring the people oi that btarc Radiate ita rebel debt and to repeal session ordinance two things which jswuicd unwilling to do? certain time, Andrew Johnson "a fndv haneincr on VOKe " o J o o t.crc.f, c the P-overnm...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 12 December 1867

HOE STORE! SHOE STORE!! BOOTS SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN! In addition to his large stock of the best Eastern-made Shoes, Bnskins, Oa'.ters, Ac, for Ladies' and Children's wear, the subscri ber has jnst added to his assortment a full and complete invoice of BOOTS an d SHOES for MEN and YOUTHS I This invoice is not warranted to be supe rior to all goods of like character offered in this market, but is infinitely better in every respect than the slip-shod work with which the country is Hooded. .Remember, that I otter no article for sale which I do not guarantee to be regular custom-made, of the best material, and of supe- ior finish, and while I do not pretend to compete in price with the dealers in Auction Goods, I kuojv that I can furnish Boots, Shoes, 4c, that will give i MORE SEE VICE FOR LESS MONEY, than any other dealer in the community ; and I. pledge myself to repair, fuek of ciiaeok, nay article that may give way after a reason able fine with reasonable usage. Everybod...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 December 1867

i f in-miirtim. rrtt i i1 - r i 3.1? ?7irTC"so:v Editor. IWOULD RATITEH BK RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. IIknby Clay. IX ADVANCE. 2.5 0: ci I : ro. 1 i J'.t i I: oki had h-ia vi. ser re3 ai 3 0 the. I Hi irg- tin e e erf al mil i roil' e.I-l rs un to ab- ttt- ili. icy ;i1 is ' . t I S'i r f t lit a.-!; vi- t t LO a i t VOLUME. 8. EBENSBURG, P., THXJBS DAY, DECEMBER 19, I8C7. NUMBER 47. r7lLLIAM KITTELL, Attorney at ) Law, Ebcnsburg, Pa. ;Anuary 21, l?iT. . TORN FLALU., xvuiiiuvjr i. J Ebcnsburg, Ta. . '. V Ranlf Hftn24 fw OKlCC Ol'l'SllC J L- The X. Y. Tribune Tor 18C8. riEOKGE M. READE, Attorney at T Law, Ebcnsburg, ra, fSg- Utace in LOlouaauc i.u. jan21 n l'. r. ear TIERNEY, Attorney at Law, Ebcnsburp, Cambria county, la. OSce in Colonnade Row jan24 fbllNSTON k SCAN LAN, Attorneys I at Law, Ebensborp. Pa. tT Ofiice opposite the Court House. t JOU-NSTON. jll24 J. SCASLAS. "vMES C. KASLY, Attornpy at Law, rrroiitown, i iuori couoit, x . i ... i,; tr.. iiil Dmwinfi and SrcciG- Vr nuiivvtt-' ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 December 1867

1 1 5S -au T?I0 ikllOSlllXllAXl 'removed and free trade inaugurated, howf imanv (ittim fiftv thnriRnnil men nnM h 1 out of employment by reason of flooding' our country with British manufactures, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1867. mi mr n- ii i mhimww Obituary. About three months since was announ ced in these columns the serious ill q ess of William Edward II -Tchinso:., thef publisher of The AUeyhanian. Frcm that! time until Thursday morning, the 19th iost., when death laid its hand upon him, ho lingered Upon his bed of illness. The whole period of his prostration wa.3 jusi three calendar mouths, he having been attacked with a hemorrhage of the lungti on the 19th day of September. At first, liis restoration seemed only to require a f i!a : i.i n -Ml ur .orVmon mnt ith-r tnA Mlo? le,UPluS impi toe iresi- ... aent. Eunnort their news a friT.o.nlnrl jor consent to me juropeaq standard otfl " ' J -..-.& I sA n . k 1 rr' I i . . i r . 1 wages ? Our Financial Condition. little rest and gen...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 December 1867

MM 1 A Cmltia hns canc:n-r7ET OO0I: 5XW GOODS ! nT OCK 5ALH5, r r r l.rA.i - tjcreatea cr.nsia. LDCtL Ml PEESDRLL El":-; at tfcat Vi ire tfter rjDicr- -e- :Er" trains- isiderahle interest on lb snbje:j!jwET. he is one nf tie best of Lis kind.!? ikixr; in renerai, tLd clILis ieadctiarters ere at C T. Hobertfc'il tjht iiewppapers tell of Captain 3arci j, aa ?Jewairy iter-, it-irk street. If yon ne-edr? n-HCr-iiEnrlifcE pedestrian, fLi, in tie last CEI.-4-- watch or a cioei, e trinket or i ra.k. If rt-y. walked eirht a Lies in an hour, ucdf 3ry him. bilso grot orer ItO miles on foot in IP, I rtitr wick Ttj Ext. f pr- i. IL rDicer-tf V-t atd Pai I-Xt- Vest. If r. ours. ft . - t, ,- -r ,v.ji A. rxrx ACT Oi cr rase La ha. t m.. tot-etitc w-aaPtii -proer. znn,-c; ruE-ser, irho lired in?""- " ' '"V: Tr&ir. hubria ccuett, nd tinner i4 i"1" "u rond wjrh ,iC:ljso r ,r :WCM?iM!. He tla hMe he i their ., i v.. or CI urii-u;T -- 1 t ' i" . 51.. mcnirr eriiiiiira of All The rets an T. Bar- eo ...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ebensburg Alleghenian. — 19 December 1867

S 1 1 r HOE STORE! shoe store!! G HOOTS 4" shoes for mex, AXD GUILDS LSI In addition to his large stock of tho beet Eastern-made Shoes, Buskins,. Oa:ters, c, tor Ladies' and Children's wear, the subscri ber hs just added to bia aesortcicut a la.I aad complete invoice of BOOTS and SHOES rou. MSN YOUTHS I tv.u inmi. is not warranted to be supe rior to nil goods of like character cS.'rcd m tbia market, but is Infinitely better in every respect than thj lip-skod wc-r wita wUiia the country is flooded. Remember, that I offer no art id lcr sale which I do not guarantee to be ref.ular custom-made, of the best material, and o. pups rior finish, and while I do not pretend to compete in price with the dealers in Auction Goods, I kno.v that I can famish Boots, Shoes, i c, that will give MORE SERVICE FOR LESS MOXEY, than any other dealer in the community : and I pledge mvself to repair, ri or cuarge, any article that raav pive way after a reason able time with reasonable usage. Everybody is res...

Publication Title: Ebensburg Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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